This command lets you modify HTTP(S) Endpoints.
The options available for this command are similar to those available for
aptible endpoints:https:create. Review the examples there.
Usage: aptible endpoints:https:modify [--app APP] ENDPOINT_HOSTNAME Options: [--environment=ENVIRONMENT] [--app=APP] -r, [--remote=REMOTE] [--port=N] # A port to expose on this Endpoint [--ip-whitelist=one two three] # A list of IPv4 sources (addresses or CIDRs) to which to restrict traffic to this Endpoint [--no-ip-whitelist] # Disable IP Whitelist [--certificate-file=CERTIFICATE_FILE] # A file containing a certificate to use on this Endpoint [--private-key-file=PRIVATE_KEY_FILE] # A file containing a private key to use on this Endpoint [--managed-tls], [--no-managed-tls] # Enable Managed TLS on this Endpoint [--managed-tls-domain=MANAGED_TLS_DOMAIN] # A domain to use for Managed TLS [--certificate-fingerprint=CERTIFICATE_FINGERPRINT] # The fingerprint of an existing Certificate to use on this Endpoint Modify an App HTTPS Endpoint
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